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In wake of Shutterstock’s Chinese censorship, American companies need to relearn American values

In wake of Shutterstock’s Chinese censorship, American companies need to relearn American values It’s among the most iconic images of the last few decades — a picture of an unknown man standing before a line of tanks during the protests in 1989 in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. In just one shot, the photographer, […]

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Silicon Valley’s competing philosophies on tech ethics with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz

Silicon Valley’s competing philosophies on tech ethics with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz “If Silicon Valley is going to keep telling itself the story that the only uses of their technology will be the most optimistic, the most hopeful, the most salubrious, the most prosocial,” New Yorker staff writer Andrew Marantz told […]

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How ‘the Internet broke America’ with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz

How ‘the Internet broke America’ with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz When Elizabeth Warren took on Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook earlier this week, it was a low moment for what New Yorker writer Andrew Marantz calls “techno-utopianism.” That the progressive, populist Massachusetts Senator and leading Democratic Presidential candidate wants to #BreakUpBigTech is […]

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TC’s Greg Epstein and Kate Clark talk mental health startups and the ‘Cult of the Founder’

TC’s Greg Epstein and Kate Clark talk mental health startups and the ‘Cult of the Founder’ Some weeks, tech ethics is in the news. And some weeks, it IS the news. This week was one of the latter, There were so many ethically fraught news stories about technology companies over these past […]

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“Am I as brave as I think I am?” MIT Media Lab student Arwa Mboya on the aftermath of a scandal

“Am I as brave as I think I am?” MIT Media Lab student Arwa Mboya on the aftermath of a scandal It’s been another hard week at MIT. Our campus has been divided by revelations of inappropriate fundraising, coverups, and the harboring of far too many tech geniuses who seemingly put their […]

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The MIT Media Lab controversy and getting back to ‘radical courage’, with Media Lab student Arwa Mboya

The MIT Media Lab controversy and getting back to ‘radical courage’, with Media Lab student Arwa Mboya People win prestigious prizes in tech all the time, but there is something different about The Bold Prize. Unless you’ve been living under a literal or proverbial rock, you’ve probably heard something about the late […]

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How the Valley can get philanthropy right with former Hewlett Foundation president Paul Brest

How the Valley can get philanthropy right with former Hewlett Foundation president Paul Brest Paul Brest didn’t set out to transform philanthropy. A constitutional law scholar who clerked for Supreme Court Justice John Harlan and is credited with coining the term “originalism,” Brest spent twelve years as dean of Stanford Law School. […]

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Teaching ethics in computer science the right way with Georgia Tech’s Charles Isbell

Teaching ethics in computer science the right way with Georgia Tech’s Charles Isbell The new fall semester is upon us, and at elite private colleges and universities, it’s hard to find a trendier major than Computer Science. It’s also becoming more common for such institutions to prioritize integrating ethics into their CS […]

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Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers to launch a protest caravan across California

Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers to launch a protest caravan across California If you’re like me, chances are good you just distractedly clicked on this article while scrolling through your feed in, or while waiting for, a Lyft. Maybe, like me, you need that app to get to back-to-back meetings in […]

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How ‘ghost work’ in Silicon Valley pressures the workforce, with Mary Gray

How ‘ghost work’ in Silicon Valley pressures the workforce, with Mary Gray The phrase “pull yourself up by your own bootstraps” was originally meant sarcastically. It’s not actually physically possible to do — especially while wearing Allbirds and having just fallen off a Bird scooter in downtown San Francisco, but I should […]

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